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and you breaking news this morning. day three and inside the convention hall, it was all hugs and kisses. good morning. i'm nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. a very different story outside the convention hall. [chanting] lauren: protest genetically and bernie sanders people forget their. trained to mark a stay on hold as well. the dow finished virtually flat
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yesterday. the stock market futures this morning 35. s&p futures "corrupt kaine." lauren: the story of the day, the stock of the day. social media giant pressure in but patience. we will tell you by defendant ceo mark zetterberg over the noon today. nicole: google, alphabetic, amazon and cbs. the great expectations for the sox. lauren: new york jets and ryan fitzpatrick to a one-year deal justice training camp begins. the best of the best in springfield, new jersey for the 98 championship. we will have a preview. nicole: good morning. i have a 1:00 a.m. we welcome you to ask the a.m. the first look at the latest breaking news and what to expect today ahead. lauren: hillary clinton getting a big boost at the democratic national convention in philadelphia last night.
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president obama, clinton's running mate and vice president joe biden praising secretary of state while they strongly criticized donald trump. here are the highlights from last night. >> i'm asking you to join me to reject cynicism and fear and simon what is best in mass to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> not donald trump. not donald trump. he never tells you how he's going to do anything of the things he will do. he just has believed me. how can there be pleasure in saying you are fired. he is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. give me a break. that's a bunch of malarkey. >> trump wants to run the nation against running his business. god help us. i'm a new yorker and i know a con when i see one.
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>> is not actually offering any real solutions to those issues.. >> he builds a bridge into the 20th century and barack gave us hope. and now hillary is ready to fight. she's ready to win and leave. god willing -- god willing, hillary clinton will write the next chapter in that journey. we are america, second to none. we own the finish line. lauren: a live report from philadelphia and a couple of minutes. nicole: angry protesters hold demonstrations outside the convention. not just supporters of bernie sanders and jeff flock has the latest that dramatic video from last night. reporter: started off as a passionate but peaceful protest, pro-bernie sanders protesting in some ways the way it ended up. in between, an extraordinary
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night. the bernie sanders supporters marching on the convention to symbolize the death of the democratic party. these are people that continue to support the bernie sanders movement, even a sanders himself has introduced hillary clinton. they dumped the coffin into the convention. carefully not doing any damage, been clear that they want this to be a peaceful protest. then, people blasted in -- dressed in black appeared on the scheme and broke through the fence you see behind me, broke through that, not part of the bernie sanders peaceful protest. what many of them described as in our case. they broke through for a while. some people got inside the convention compound, were pursued by police. police came out, made arrests, blocked the rest of it off and that is where we wound up for a while. another group later when
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president obama was speaking chose to burn an american flag. also a group described as in our case by the peaceful and pro-bernie sanders supporters. that is a picture i leave you with here. people staying power to the peaceful. that is the message of the sanders supporters this week and that continues to be the message. nicole: quite dramatic. senate minorit leader debbie wasserman schultz did not treat senator bernie sanders fairly and that she should have resigned sooner. this after a week do you see a mouse top democratic officials favored hillary clinton over bernie sanders during the primary. lauren: democrats slamming donald trump at their convention last night. tonight, hillary clinton set to deliver her big acceptance speech. let's go straight to blake burman died in philadelphia with the latest. good morning.
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reporter: good morning to you. democrats brought up the heavy hitters. the vice presidential tim kaine and president obama speaking at night three of the dnc. there was also a dual role in trying to tear down donald trump. for example, often repeating -- [inaudible] listening. >> he never tells you how it's going to do any of the things he says he will do. he just has believed me. do you really believe him? donald trump's whole career says you better not. reporter: the headliner was the sitting president. president obama portrayed clinton as someone who -- and has been in the been in the room for tough calls while also raising this question about
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trump. >> does anyone believe that a guy who spent his 70 years on this earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion, your voice? if so, you should vote for him. >> finale here is tonight of course. when hillary clinton will take center stage. while she has been a first lady, she's a former senator, former secretary of state. no doubt this will be her biggest pitch yet to the american public. lauren: blake irving, thank you very much. nicole: for the first time ever, real clear politics shows donald trump with a slight lead over hillary clinton. the republican nominee ahead by just over one point. 45.7% to 44.6%. champ appeared before an
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enthusiastic crowd in ohio yesterday. he rallied and promised to protect the country from macy's. he criticized the trade deal negotiated by the obama administration. >> tpp, transpacific partnership , one of the worst things -- it will be worse than nafta. hillary clinton said it's the gold standard. it will drain jobs added this area, out of ohio, out of toledo like you have never seen before. lauren: trumps running mate, governor mike pence talks about how he sees america on "the o'reilly factor" last day. >> after seven and a half years, we have seen america's role in the world decline and we've seen an economy stifled by the high taxes, government and obamacare proceeding out of the ministration. lauren: donald trump will attend rallies in iowa. governor pence make stops in
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michigan. nicole: the irs is looking into claims of financial practices that the clinton foundation. dozens of lawmakers requested a review of the foundation that was founded by the clinton family. irs commissioner john koski man told representative marsha black ring of tennessee that the issue has been already to the irs, exempt organizations in dallas. it's unclear whether the agency may take any further action. the latter does not indicate that there is an investigation by the irs. lauren: check out this book stores. they are soaring to record highs. over $131 after the company posted better-than-expected results. sending shares up 4.5% after hours. facebook adjusted profit of 97 cents a share. the company said revenues grew by 59%. the increase was driven by strong global ad sales as well
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as growth in users was 0.7 billion of them now. facebook is top wall street estimates since may 2012 initial public offering. facebook did warn it would not maintain the pace in the second half of the year. nicole: lets get you caught up. the day after and the day before the bank of japan. the nikkei in japan down 1.1%. we will hear from the bank of japan tomorrow. the index up one 10th of 1%. the hong kong hang seng down one quarter of 1% of korea's koski dropping the same amount. lauren: the ftse in monday down 11 points. cac in paris gasparino, dac and germany down five. nicole: we are down about 100 for the week. dow futures at 32. s&p futures up for the nasdaq up four.
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nicole: oil fell below $42 per barrel. we saw the first decline in stocks in 10 weeks. crude of just lately about a fifth of 1%. lauren: analyst for second-quarter earnings were nearly sixfold revenue jumping 20% thanks to strong growth. amazon will report after the closing bell. a close yesterday at $7.36 in change. a-alpha bank is the parent company of google after the close of trading and second-quarter earnings both expected to rise by at least 15% from a year ago. cbs expected to pose higher second-quarter earnings compared to a year ago with revenue slightly lower. the company announced this month it plans to use enough its radio business. nicole: the party divided.
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protester and ugly is bernie sanders supporters consider their options. kennedy has the story. >> people say the convention has fallen apart. let's talk to bernie sanders supporters and see if there's still feeling the bern. lauren: golfers tee off for the 98 championship you do have a preview. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: good morning. let's say you caught up with what's happening. residents of bomb at the democratic national convention in philadelphia last night. our greatness does not depend on donald trump, adding that doesn't depend on any one person. after obama finished speaking, hillary clinton made a surprise appearance on stage and they hugged it out. hundreds of bernie sanders protesters gathering outside the convention center as the speeches continued inside. seven mass protesters push their offense. police quickly took it away. in the markets, another strong quarter for facebook. a social media company says
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sales are up 59% from a year ago and profit almost tripled. revenue helped facebook's results. the news pushing facebook shares to record levels. let's check in on overall action. ahead of the opening bell, dow futures higher by 34 points. s&p futures higher pay for. nasdaq features gaming fix. nicole: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." and in production of the 737. the company plans to make six planes a year starting in september. more than 150740 sevens have been delivered since the jet was introduced in 1970. european banks followed by economic and political worries. low interest rates and a certainty way that deutsche bank's biggest businesses. the founder of gawker wins a temporary reprieve from a judgment. the ruling from a florida
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appeals court list the threat of personal bankruptcy hanging over as a result of a heated legal battle with former wrestler hulk hogan. now that bernie sanders has endorsed hillary clinton, but his supporters finally got on board? our own candidate did talk to see if there's no feeling the burn. -- feeling the bern. >> things have really started to get interesting. >> no one is more disappointed than i am. >> the convention has fallen apart. >> let's talk to some supporters. take their temperature and see how they are feeling. >> i am an elected official representing voters and they want me to pfeifer bernie sanders. >> what about the bernie supporters that are so mad? >> the election is just about to run. hillary is the nominee. let it go.
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>> there's a time when we all have to realize it's time to come together and move on. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. >> some people don't like hillary clinton. i support her and i hope others will come together. >> i think there's no question the wikileaks and i was a huge mistake. >> it is okay to be angry. they are angry and they have been discontented throughout the cycle. that is what propelled them into politics. a lot of them not having been involved before. >> in the end, we can punish ourselves. >> what you want to say to bernie supporters? >> get in line. >> the result of our anger is donald trump is president of the united states. we have destroyed everything we wanted to happen. >> thank you, kennedy.
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more from her later on the bernie supporters and who's looking to fill the shoes. and spores, the new york jets signed quarterback ryan fitzpatrick to a one-year deal as training camp begins. the best of the best today in springfield, new jersey for the 98 championship. we will have previous for you. understands moving across the united states, heading to the northeast. will they bring relief from the scorcher, from the heat. ask meteorologist maria molina will have that. relatively flat trading yesterday after the fed's decision to not raise interest rates. s&p futures scanning for. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪ [hip hop beat]
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nicole: welcome back to "fbn:am" to the latest in the world of sports. vladimir putin davis depleted olympic team is olympic team is sent off and opinion on the controversy. put in charge discrimination against the country's track and field at is that the kremlin ceremony. the 387 member of the team have been banned so far from going to rio de janeiro because the state-sponsored doping. the athletes were big fans of a campaign to present russian spores in a bad light.
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a source says the new york jets quarterback ryan fitzpatrick agreed to terms on a one-year deal that could increase $15 million of sentence. they have been in a contract the best of the bus will tee off today in springfield new jersey for the 98 jason bay will try to defend his title after winning last year's after was the straight. sammy willis lauren: police the see a shipment of crack. olympic rings as low as the rio de janeiro games in addition to
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the 93 doses of cocaine. also 20 doses of crack in 20 caliber bullets for rail. traffickers frequently used images and names of famous soccer players with events to promote their product. about 1.5 million visitors are expected to come to rio for the olympics and there are security concerns obviously. nicole: no doubt. a lot of danger there. before you head out the door, a look at your thursday forecast. rhea molina is all over it. >> hello, everybody at home. tracking heat across portions of the u.s. overall, much improved across parts of the u.s. because we had a first grade through and really dropped the humidity out there. where it doesn't feel too good yet is across parts of the carolinas and portions of virginia not only dealing with
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those high temperatures into the upper 90s, but the humidity remains in place. the values this afternoon will be into the triple digits yet again in richmond and d.c., down into raleigh and well-maintained. something to keep an eye on. a storm system will bring in a lot of heavy rain across portions of kentucky, extending into the mid-atlantic. you are looking at the potential for several inches of rain and also looking up the threat for severe weather across portions of the plane and isolated strands in price of the mid-atlantic as well. over to you. nicole: maria molina, thanks so much. lauren: inside the democratic national convention, all hugs and kisses. outside the convention, a different story altogether. [chanting] bernie sanders supporters consider their options. we will have the sides of the story. facebook stock soaring to record
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futures ahead of the opening bell thursday morning peak data features higher by 26 points and s&p and nasdaq each of the four. nicole: facebook soaring to record highs after the media giant crushed earnings expectations. we will tell you whether sending facebook ceo and investors over the amount. lauren: google, apple.com back, amazon and cbs. we will tell you about the great expectations for those stocks. nicole: president vladimir putin tells the defeated olympic team that they were the victims of discrimination in reports to the new york jets have resigned fitzpatrick as training camp begins. highlights coming up. lauren: it is thursday, july 28th. welcome to "fbn:am," the first look at today's markets, the latest breaking news and what to expect a day ahead. nicole: hillary clinton getting a big boost after democratic
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national convention last night. tim kaine, vice president joe biden, all praising the first lady and secretary of state labbe strongly criticized donald trump. >> i am asking you to join me to reject fear and to summon what is best in us to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> not donald trump. he never tells you how it's going to do any of the things he says he will do. he just has believed me. >> how can there be pleasure in saying you're fired. he is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. gives me a break. that is a bunch of malarkey. >> trump says he wants to run the nation like he's running as business. god help us. i'm a new yorker and i know a con when i see one.
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>> is not actually offering any real solutions to these issues. he is just offering slogans and a suffering fear. >> bill builds a bridge and the 21st century and brought hither so. now hillary is ready. she is ready to fight and ready to wind. she is ready to feed and god willing. >> god willing, hillary clinton will write the next chapter in that journey. we are america, second to none. we own the finish line. nicole: for more, a live report from philadelphia in just a couple of minutes. lauren: angry protesters hold demonstrations outside the convention. not just supporters of bernie sanders. jeff flock has the latest with dramatic video from last night. >> it started off as a passionate but peaceful protest, pro-bernie sanders protest and that is in some ways the way it ended that. and between, it was an
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extraordinary night. the bernie sanders supporters marching on the convention with a coffin to symbolize the death of the democratic party. these people continue to support the bernie sanders moved that, even a himself has endorsed hillary clinton. they dumped the cost in over a fence into the convention. very carefully, not doing any damage, been clear that they want this to be a peaceful protest. and then, all dressed in black with masks appeared on the scene and broke through the fence that you see back here behind me, broke through that. not part of the bernie sanders peaceful protest, but when many of them described as anarchists. they broke through for a while. people got inside the convention compound, were pursued by police. police made arrests, blocks the rest of it off and that is where we wound up for a while.
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another group when president obama was speaking chose to burn an american flag. also a group described as anarchists by the peaceful and pro-bernie sanders supporters. that is the picture i leave you with. perhaps people saying power to the peaceful. that has been the message is sanders supporters this week and that continues to be the message. lauren: jeff flock and the thank you so much. harry be the same debbie wasserman schultz, the outgoing democratic national committee chaired did not treat bernie sanders fairly and she should have resigned sooner after the dnc e-mail said tested democratic officials favored clinton over sanders during the primary. nicole: top democrats like donald trump last night and tonight hillary clinton delivers her acceptance speech. let's get a preview of what we can expect to hear from blake burman. i've been philadelphia. good morning, blake.
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>> democrats brought out the heavy hitters in philadelphia. vice president joe biden, tim kaine, president obama, one, two, three closing out a three at the dnc. while they all touted hillary clinton, there is a dual role and trying to tear down donald trump. for example, an often repeated trump phrase. >> he never tells you how he's going to do many things he says he will do. he just has believed me. do you really believe them? donald trump's whole career says he better not. this reporter: the headliner at the map as a sitting president. president obama portrayed clinton as someone who was steady with experience in a van in the room for tough calls. though he also raised this question about trump.
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>> does anyone really believe that a guy who was bad his seven years on this earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion, your voice? if so, you should vote for him. reporter: hillary clinton will have the stage all by herself tonight as the dnc will close in philadelphia. while she has been a former first lady, a former sitting senator, former secretaries day, this will be by far her biggest paycheck to the american public and then it is to spread from here on out to november. true to the indeed. blake irving, thank you very much. lauren: a great way to put it. donald trump with a slight lead over hillary clinton for the first time. the republican nominee ahead of clinton by just one point. 45.7% to -- trump appearing
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before an enthusiastic crowd in ohio yesterday. he rather to give hillary clinton had promised to protect the country from isis. he also criticized the 12 nation trade deal negotiated by the obama administration. >> tpp, transpacific partnership, one of the worst things -- it will be worse than nafta. hillary clinton's status gold standard. it will drain your jobs out of this area, out of ohio, out of toledo like you've never seen before. nicole: trams running mate, governor mike had tells how he sees america on "the o'reilly factor" last night. >> after seven and a half years of the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton, we sought america's role declined and an economy stifled by the high taxes and the government and obamacare of this administration. >> donald trump will make stops
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in michigan. nicole: rallying over 4% after hitting an all-time high, face the reported an adjusted profit of 97 cents. that beat the estimate. the company says revenue grew by 59% a year ago, the fastest pace in two years. the increased are my strong mobile ad sales as well as growth in users. facebook has topped estimates all but one since its may 2012 initial public offering. facebook did warn it would not be able to maintain the pace of growth in the second half of the year, the shares are soaring this morning. nicole: what a divergence between facebook and twitter when you look at those companies. tomorrow we'll hear from the bank of japan. how's the worst of it is that the nikkei down 1.1%. shanghai composite up fractionally. the hong kong hang seng down one quarter of 1% in korea's cost be
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one quarter of 1%. lauren: asia mixed, now lower. down 11 points, the dax in germany down four points today. nicole: the dow down nearly 100 to say. right now you can see dow futures higher at 27. s&p up for. nasdaq up five and technology did that the way yesterday, but wasn't enough for the up arrow speed train through oil downside is in a row trying to hold $42 a barrel but can't do it right now. down six days right now. for the 13 bucks. trade to the federal reserve leaving interest rates unchanged. the central bank says near-term risk to the economy has diminished in the job market has continued to gain. liz claman what he thinks will pull the trigger.
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>> i think if there is one hike in the next six months or so that's pretty much what the market is looking for. not much more than not. nicole: the fed plans to closely monitor global economic threats and financial developments to make sure they don't slow the economy. officials preparing to leave the european union. nicole: let's look at stocks today. amazon is sitting on this. look for second order earnings to search sixfold with revenue jumping about 20% thanks to strong growth. amazon will report after today's closing bell. we're also going to hear from him for that, the parent company of google. both expected to rise by at least 15% from a year ago. cbs expected to pose higher second order earnings compared to year ago with revenue coming in slightly lower. the company announced this month it plans to spin off its radio
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business. nicole: protested the democratic convention turned ugly as bernie sanders supporters consider their options. could a third-party candidate phil sanders shoes. >> people is hard or broken. it is not how we move forward and create a political party that sabotages its most popular candidate. nicole: we will have the story. you are watching trends that end, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: 5:45 a.m. here in new york if that the uconn opponents happening now. president obama led the list of speakers at the democratic national convention last night. the president said our greatness does not depend on donald trump, adding in fact it doesn't depend on any one person. after obama finished speaking, hillary clinton made a surprise appearance with him on stage with big hugs and kisses. hundreds of bernie sanders protester gathered up at the convention center is beaches continue inside. police say seven masked protesters pushed their offense
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but police quickly took them away. another strong quarter for facebook is social media companies were 59% from a year ago as profit almost tripled. mobile ad revenue helped facebook results. the news pushed facebook shares to yet another record overnight. let's check out u.s. stock market futures this morning after three days of selling for the dow. this morning we see down features at 29, s&p up poor, nasdaq up six. lauren: let's look at today's production of the 747. the plane maker plans to make six-figure starting this fall. within 150740 sevens delivered since the jet was introduced back in 1970. it is largely credited with making airfare less. european banks by a political worries. though interest rates and economic uncertainty within deutsche bank's biggest businesses. the founder of gawker wins in
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temporary reprieve from the judgment. the ruling from a florida appeals court temporary listed personal bankruptcy, heading out for nick denton as a result of a heated battle with whole. back to politics. the green party presumptive nominee tried to stir up support from the supporters of bernie sanders, calling herself the alternative to hillary clinton. can she win their vote? or a kennedy caught up with her at the democratic convention. take a listen. [chanting] >> green party candidate jill stein is inviting supporters to switch alliances to the green. she's offering hope for those treated by the system. she claims hillary stole the nomination. >> it has been nonstop. i can't walk down the street.
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>> she's very excited. >> people's hearts are broken. their feelings are extremely hurt. it's not how we move forward and create in america and the world that works for us. >> they are letting go of the candidacy they believed dead. >> absolutely. we know it's going to happen in the democratic party. it is controlled by insiders. we know that hillary clinton as have the fix from the start. debbie wasserman schultz has now been rewarded for her backstabbing. dated donald trump the biggest ever possible by sabotaging bernie sanders campaigned. >> thank you for a routine you're doing. we need the revolution.
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>> any of us alienated by the party. >> we want to get you guys on the debate stage. >> we are doing everything in our power. we are both coming up in the polls. my campaign has not received players. -- players. reporter: she was mobbed by pro-sanders supporters, journalists and others in trade by her movement. [cheers and applause] >> -- because they rely on your fear. >> that energy lives on. we will see if she could take it home and run with it. lauren: kennedy, thank you for bringing that bernie sanders or jill stein energy. nicole: in sports, president vladimir putin tells the russian olympic team that they were the
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victims of discrimination. reports say the new year set aside untried aside rant dispatcher to a one-year deal just as training camp begins. plus check out u.s. stock market futures today. dow futures at 27, s&p futures up for. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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nicole: we have an update for you. two more cases of the disease not travel rated have turned up
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in florida of the zika virus. the state health department says it identifies non-travel related zika cases in miami-dade and broward county. there has argued them to non-travel zika cases in florida. they reached the possibility of local transmission in the continental united states. as for travel related cases, florida has reported 320. lauren: russian president vladimir putin gave his depleted team a sendoff and added his opinion on the doping controversy. hooton claim discrimination that more than 100 russians from the 387 member olympic team have a chance so far from: because the state-sponsored doping. brad fitzpatrick agreed to terms on a one-year deal last night. the deal said it could increase
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to 15 million with an event is. it ends months of speculation and certainty. the jets have their first practice of training camp today. new england patriots opened training camp at the new reality yesterday. the futures up in a regular-season with someone other than tom brady a starting quarterback for the first time. earlier this month, brady decided to drop the deflategate appeal and extent the four-game suspension. janine jay major rob lowe will fill that. brady will get a starting job back when his suspension as. nicole: the powerball jackpot keeps on getting bigger. there is no winner in the drive last night. the jackpot is now an estimated $478 million that is for saturday's drawing. it's been nearly three months and there is a powerball winner. the jackpot reached a world record of $1.6 billion the
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>> before we hand it over to "mornings with maria," maria bartiromo. s&p and nasdaq gained three points. >> oil dropped five days in a row. the latest inventory report down again at 4176 this morning. thank you for watching "fbn:am". tune in tomorrow for all the highlights are the final night of the democratic convention. now, taking you through the next few hours, "mornings with maria" live from philadelphia. >> live from the 2016 national convention in philadelphia, pennsylvania.
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you are watching special edition of "mornings with maria." maria: good thursday morning, everybody. i am maria bartiromo. coming from the democratic national convention in philadelphia, it is thursday, july 20th. 66:00 a.m. on the east coast. bringing up the heavy hitters last night ahead of the final day filled with praise and the speakers did not waste the opportunity to bash donald trump. >> i can say with confidence there has never been a man or a woman. not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. >> we all understand what it will mean for our daughters and granddaughters when hillary clinton walks into the oval office as president of the united states of america. it will change their

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